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Archive for April, 2009

The Positive Outlook: Market Bases

by Ian Kleine

This, in essence, means risking it. Business is a give and take relationship. You invest in your customers, and your customers will, sooner or later, invest in your business as well. Remember the part where I said “screw profits”? Yep. You will make profits, but those will have to go back to the customers first. Confused? Let me strategize for you.

First time business goers usually have no idea as to how the general public would react to their product, or services offered. First part to establish is a knowledge bank and improvised database. You don’t need to hire a rocket scientist to set it up for you. You just need a chart where you can see the results of various tests and variables in your product.

by Ian Kleine

Often times do men find themselves wondering and worrying what they are doing with their lives. For the salary men who ponder about their continued existence (and a dreary one at that) behind their office tables (and often would they fall asleep doing this monotonous routine of work-check for boss-sleep-wake up at the scent of coffee), they would not find reprieve mulling over this thought (consequently, so do the business and their bosses, who often wonder what is just simply wrong with their employees).

For the wife who simply choose to idle themselves with baubles and trinkets, who somehow wish that they could be out there, on their big business venture. But no, they are stuck in the house, watching over Junior while the stew in the stove is overflowing and triggering the fire alarm. Sooner or later, hubby will arrive and would find himself a damp house and a miserable wife.

Summer Dangers Abound

by Ian Kleine

You try your best to keep your kids safe, but sadly, it is either in the form of your kids, or the form of your environment that could very well bring your kids to the brink of danger. It may be something harmless, something inconspicuous, but when it happens, you will be taken in for a big surprise. These dangers are very much existent and prevalent in the outside environment.

The sun. It is very important to life in this world. Without the sun, the earth would be nothing but a big chunk of ice in outer space. It would be safe to say, that without the sun (and the proper distance from it) everything would be not as it is today. But too much of the sun would prove to be very uncomfortable and often times fatal to most of us, human beings. There are two dangers oftentimes associated with too much exposure or being unprotected from the sun; sunburns and heat stroke.

In Summer Festivals

by Ian Kleine

Visiting a summer festival whether day or night, is a very fun and enjoyable experience for the family. It provides a good opportunity for bonding with your kids (or for the kids to bond with their families, who oftentimes do not meet anymore due to constraints in time). So anyway, you decide to spend your time with them in the state fair, or maybe in the state festival. And we do it at night. We don’t want anyone fainting from heat stroke, or getting singed due to sunburn. But there is a hidden threat lurking in the next corner. Or rather, flying around.

by Ian Kleine

If you are reading this article, I’d assume that you came here for some game-breaking advice about developing business or secrets on how to topple your competitors. Or maybe the holy grail of success to business.Don’t assume too much. There is no easy path to money and fame, nor is there an exclusive formula for overnight success. For whatever phenomenon in the business world you might have heard from, it is the result of careful planning, a whole lot of gambling in some parts,and the results of relationships between networks of companies in a global scale.

Susceptibility to Heat Stroke

by Ian Kleine

The majority of victims that are usually easily affected by heatstroke are the kids and the elderly, as their adaptability to differing temperatures are usually less responsive compared to those in their prime. Those who are severely fat and obese are at also greater risk than those who are slim and fit because the body has a great difficulty dissipating the body heat through the thick layers of lipids and fat.

First aid must be given in haste and should be of differing methods that should immediately bring the core temperature to at least 39 degrees Celsius. One quick method of doing so is by rubbing the body with a cloth dipped in cold (not ice) water. Alcohol also works fine, as the liquid dissipates into the air fast enough, taking heat away as well; just make sure that you are doing so in a well-ventilated environment.